After years of discourse, the state seeks new policies involving agriculture and other sectors to address algae blooms and red tide.
Florida Tomato Exchange requests action while new suspension agreement continues.
Vital feedback needed on the state of production, markets, and more.
Find out what one Florida grower used to custom harvest nearly 800,000 pounds of blueberries last season.
Frog Song Organics in Central Florida aims for sustainability by focusing on human, environmental, and economic resources.
Permitting and testing key considerations before plants go into the ground.
Don’t let trolls on social media dictate the story of agriculture and those that work to help feed and clothe the globe.
Washington State researchers grow disease bacteria in the lab for the first time. Find out how.
2019 Citrus Achievement Award winner Bob Behr says the industry needs to get more aggressive in telling its story to the masses.
A 908 trees-per-acre grove is being grown in Florida and groomed with mechanical harvest in mind.
Longtime UF/IFAS Vegetable Extension Agent Gene McAvoy is retiring, but his work in the field is far from over.
Commerce Department commits to strong enforcement of trade law.
U.S. Representative Kathy Castor sees firsthand ecosystem services being provided on the farm.